High tech instruments available for use by researchers from WVU, other higher education institutions, and government and private laboratories. Learn about Deans' InSPIRe seed program for eligible faculty to access SRF instruments at not cost...details in the "About" section of our site.See our instrumentation list
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STEM faculty in the Davis, Eberly, and Statler colleges will be able to access Shared Research Facilities instrumentation for free to conduct seed research through January 31, 2021. The deans of the Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design, Eberly College of Arts and Sciences, and Statler College of Engineering have agreed to continue providing financial support for the Deans’ Instrumentation Seed Program for Innovative Research for another year. The WVU Research Office is matching the deans’ funds $1 for $1.
SRF will begin migrating from CORES to the iLab Solutions management system beginning in early June. CORES new owner, Agilent Crosslab, is no longer supporting CORES, replacing it with iLab Solutions. SRF will be migrating its for 'cores' or facilities in three waves.
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MIna Azizha, Physics graduate student working with Prof. Matt Johnson and Emeritus Prof. Mohindar Seehra and a frequent user in the Materials Characterization Facilities, was named a finalist in the 2019 Intermag-Magnetisim and Magnetic Materials Conference's Magnetism as Art contest in Washington, D.C. Her work, "Magnetic UFO," features spikes of ferrofluid atop a clear watch glass with a strong magnet beneath. See the story online at the Eberly College of Arts and Sciences website.
When inspiration strikes, having access to scientific instrumentation can make the difference in being able to pursue a world-changing idea. Lack of funding should not be a barrier.
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I am Maria TorresArango, Ph.D. student in Materials Science and Engineering. I am interested in creating solutions for sustainability and smart living. My research focuses on nano materials for energy harvesting and recovery, solar cell devices, and thermo-electric materials. I use non-toxic and water-compatible materials to ensure the highest levels of safety from the laboratory scale, to the processing stage, to the user, to the environment when the device is disposed of or recycled. I consider research to be of paramount importance. In industry or academia, research is that common place where fundamentals meet applications for actual solutions to engineering problems, and I am excited to be part of it.